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Anti-China moves in neighboring countries need more diplomatic attention

Biden coming into power no doubt offers China an opportunity to consider adjusting its diplomatic strategy.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/10 13:33:40

Biden's new foreign policy team may also target China, but more tactfully

Judging from narratives of Biden's potential advisors, the goal of a Biden administration's China policy is almost identical to that of Trump administration. However, Biden will differ from Trump on dealing with the China challenge.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/9 20:08:40

Pompeo's era of train wreck diplomacy nears volatile end

US diplomacy under Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has become chaotic, with no principle or bottom line. It's a train wreck. Pompeo's successor needs to make up for damages done to China-US relations, US' alliance system and multilateralism.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/9 19:53:40

Issues of human rights, religion likely to emerge in future India-US ties

It is within the realm of possibility to forecast that US-India relations may suffer severe strains in the future based on past tensions between the two over the past 20 years. Even with recent military cooperation, there are no guarantees of long term resolve.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/9 19:27:26

Era of fresh wealth follows US election

I have always believed that the future competition between China and the US is not about setting up a new cold war or trying to win, but about who is more capable to create a better society and help build a better future for the whole world.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/9 17:13:40

Shanghai expo provides pathway for world to defeat COVID-19 pandemic

While other countries still have difficulty in opening up their economies, China is in the process of taking a step forward in its own development, with a stress on innovation.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/9 15:11:21

China must prepare for US new QUAD schemes

As this trend of seeking increased influence in the Asia Pacific will not change, President-elect Joe Biden is likely to continue it by selling old wine in new bottles – carrying on some of the current administration's policies to neutralize China.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/9 10:12:18

How will Biden play out US Indo-Pacific Strategy?

As Joe Biden has declared US president-elect, the fate of many policies under the Trump presidency remains undecided, one of which is the much-touted Indo-Pacific Strategy. Discussions of what policies the Biden administration will adopt in the region and its implications for China have surfaced.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/9 1:18:39

China does not have allies, but has friends with partnership diplomacy

The world has entered a long period of competition and cooperation among civilizations. It is necessary for the West to think outside the box instead of seeing the world from the perspective of Christian civilization, and learn to put itself into China's position. Only in this way can the West truly understand the Chinese civilization and contemporary China, and base the relationship between China and the West on an accurate judgment and a relatively solid foundation so as to reduce misunderstandings and conflicts, and increase cooperation and mutual benefits.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/8 20:18:40

CIIE shows China not island unto itself

The CIIE is far more than just a trade show devoted to imports. It is a sign to the world that China is not an island unto itself.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/8 17:58:42

China-US ties may face bigger challenges in long-term under Biden

The significant number of votes that Trump received showed the US has a large base of conservative voters. No matter who wins the election eventually, both parties are on the same page on how to deal with China. They both label China as their strategic rival and aim to contain China, but with diverse means and tactics.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/7 22:53:40

US to remain divided after election

US society under President Donald Trump has seen unprecedented social conflicts. This is reflected by the sharp confrontation between Trump's supporters and opponents during the elections. No matter who eventually wins presidency, these contradictions and divisions cannot easily be eased.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/7 0:08:42

CIIE showcases China's commitment to opening-up

Quality matters for China. High standards do, too. Interaction with the outside world will continue and increase.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/6 17:33:40

Import expo epitome of China's new global role

Maintaining openness is the key to safeguarding globalization, international peace and order, as well as common prosperity. When benefiting from a peaceful, prosperous and open system, these key economies should share corresponding responsibilities.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/5 20:04:32

Trump doctrines will exist regardless of who wins US election

Even if Biden gets elected, will Trump and his doctrines disappear? Will there be another Trump from the Democratic Party?
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/5 19:50:45

Vigilance against terrorism cannot go slack amid pandemic

Even at the time of the outbreak, terrorism remains the biggest enemy in the world. The international community should establish a sense of building a community with a shared future, deepen practical cooperation and joint responses.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/5 17:33:40

CIIE shows China's lead in globalization

China's role in globalization is changing. From a bystander to a participant today, China has become a leader in promoting globalization.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/4 18:26:25

Misleading polls distort reality, show failed elite media mentality in US

The credibility of US media outlets and some polling institutions has already been damaged.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/4 18:21:29